Juilliard Music Division Overview





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Published on Jun 24, 2017

What is it like to study music at Juilliard? Provost and Dean Ara Guzelimian; faculty members Veda Kaplinsky, Ronald Copes, and Ray Mase; and current students take you through the highlights of the Juilliard experience. The training includes private lessons with world-class faculty, orchestral performance, chamber music, and time to develop as a 21st century artist and citizen. Learn more at http://www.juilliard.edu/music.

Juilliard’s renowned Music Division is the largest and most diverse of the School’s three divisions, with some 600 students from more than 40 countries. Its distinguished faculty includes internationally renowned soloists, chamber, and orchestral musicians, as well as leading pedagogues and scholars. Among them are recipients of Pulitzer Prizes, Grammy and Academy Awards, and numerous prominent fellowships. Faculty chamber music ensembles in residence at the School include the Juilliard String Quartet, American Brass Quintet, and Juilliard Baroque.

As a Music student, you will work closely with our dedicated faculty members and enjoy numerous performance opportunities, both at Juilliard and other leading concert halls and jazz clubs in New York City. You will also benefit from a diverse and challenging curriculum that includes specialized coursework in your chosen area, a wide range of elective courses, and an outstanding undergraduate Liberal Arts program.

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